Recently, the Bangladesh administration said that this is the season for releasing hilsa. Therefore, the export of hilsa is stopped for the time being. And for that reason Padma’s hilsa will not be found at least by the people of far Bengal. Bangladesh administration has given permission to import hilsa to India from October 20 to 30. It is also said that 3 thousand 950 tons of hilsa came at that time. But, soon after that, a ban on catching hilsa was issued in that country.
For the past few years, a series of steps have been taken by the administration to ensure that the shortage of hilsa does not increase in the domestic market or create a shortage. And one of them is not to export hilsa and to stop fishing thinking about hilsa production at certain times.
At this time specific arrangements were also made for the fishermen of Opar Bengal. A strict hand is observed so that no one catches Hilsa illegally. As a result, due to the ban, there was no import of hilsa in Bengal. And the hilsa that came has already been sold. The possibility of Padma stocking hilsa is also very low. All in all, the traders said that Hilsa was sold at a very low price in the first week of October.
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But, the amount of hilsa that was supposed to come from Bangladesh did not come. As a result, the hilsa of Myanmar is the hope in this regard. Hilsa came from Bangladesh so little that it was not possible to store it. As a result, there is very little chance of Padma Hilsa falling on the feet of the Bengalis of Far Bengal in this Bhifonte.
On the other hand, the price of hilsa in the domestic market of Bangladesh is very much under control. Special attention was paid to ensure that hilsa prices do not rise during the festival season. Administrative activity was also high. Besides, after the ban on hilsa fishing, there was a lot of activity in the matter of making it accepted.